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Die Snookerweltmeisterschaft (offiziell World Snooker Championship) ermittelt alljährlich den Weltmeister im Profi-Snooker. Ausrichter des Turniers ist der. Die Liste der Weltmeister im Snooker verzeichnet alle Gewinner der Snookerweltmeisterschaft Seiteninformationen · Artikel zitieren · Wikidata-​Datenobjekt. Dieser Artikel listet Statistiken zur Snookerweltmeisterschaft auf. Die meisten Statistiken beziehen sich auf die Weltmeisterschaften ab , da die Regeln. Diese Spieler sind berechtigt, an internationalen Turnieren und der Snookerweltmeisterschaft teilzunehmen. Die erstmals ausgerichtete WM bildet seit. Zudem war er mit 21 Jahren der jüngste Spieler, der einen WM-Titel erringen gegen Stephen Maguire im Viertelfinale der Snookerweltmeisterschaft seinen.

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The 32 competitors in the main tournament are selected using a combination of the top players in the world snooker rankings and a pre-tournament qualification stage.

Stephen Hendry is the most successful player in the modern era, having won the World Championship a record seven times. It featured a player main draw that was held at the Crucible Theatre, as well as a player qualifying draw that was played at the English Institute of Sport from 10 to 17 April , finishing three days before the start of the main draw.

This was the 43rd consecutive year the tournament was held at the Crucible, and the 51st consecutive year the championship was contested using the modern knockout format.

The top 16 players in the latest world rankings automatically qualified for the main draw as seeded players. The remaining 15 seeds were allocated based on the latest world rankings, which were released after the China Open , the penultimate event of the season.

Matches in the first round of the main draw were played as the best of 19 frames. The number of frames required to win a match increased progressively with each successive round, leading up to the final match which was played as the best of 35 frames.

All 16 non-seeded spots in the main draw were filled with players who had advanced through the qualifying rounds. There were players in the qualifying draw, which comprised of the remaining players on the World Snooker Tour, as well as 22 wildcard places allotted to non-tour players.

These invited players included the women's world champion , the European junior champion , and the four semi-finalists at the amateur championship.

As with the main draw, half of the participants in the qualifying draw were seeded players; those ranked from 17th to 80th in the world rankings were allocated one of 64 seeds in order of their ranking, while the other competitors were placed randomly into the draw.

To reach the main draw at the Crucible, players needed to win three best-offrames qualifying matches. Eight former world champions participated in the main tournament at the Crucible.

They were Ronnie O'Sullivan five titles: , , , , , John Higgins four titles: , , , , Mark Williams defending champion, three titles: , , , Mark Selby three titles: , , , Shaun Murphy one title: , Graeme Dott one title: , Neil Robertson one title: , and Stuart Bingham one title: Three former world champions participated in the qualifying rounds: Ken Doherty , Peter Ebdon and Graeme Dott Of these, only Dott succeeded in qualifying for the main tournament at the Crucible.

Also, four former World Championship finalists participated in the qualifying rounds: Jimmy White six times: and — , Nigel Bond once: , Matthew Stevens twice: and , and Ali Carter twice: and The total purse for the event was greater than for any prior snooker tournament.

The top 16 seeds automatically qualified for the competition's main draw. The qualifying rounds took place at the English Institute of Sport in Sheffield between 10 and 17 April , with 16 players progressing to the main stage at the Crucible Theatre.

A total of players competed in the qualifying stage, including those tour players not automatically qualified for the main draw, as well as invited amateurs.

James Cahill became the first amateur player ever to qualify for the Crucible main stage of the World Championship, defeating fellow amateur Michael Judge 10—6 in the third qualifying round.

The draw for the first round of the championship was made on 18 April , the day after the conclusion of the qualifying rounds and two days before the start of the main event.

All first round matches were played over two sessions as best of 19 frames. The tournament began with defending champion Mark Williams seeded one drawing qualifier Martin Gould.

Gould won the first frame with a break of 64, before Williams took the next five with breaks of 55, 54 and , to lead 5—1. However, Williams potted the black to go ahead 7—3.

Event debutant Luo Honghao was drawn against 13th seed Shaun Murphy. Finishing 10—0 to Murphy, the match was a whitewash , only the second ever to be witnessed at the Crucible the first being John Parrott's defeat of Eddie Charlton in the first round of the championship.

At the conclusion of the initial session, Georgiou was 0—9 behind, having scored even fewer points than Luo in the first nine frames of the match.

However, he won frame ten on resumption of play in the second session, with a break of 90, thus avoiding both the whitewash and the lowest points total.

Robertson later won the match 10—1 to progress to the second round. Fifth seed John Higgins played qualifier Mark Davis, who had won six of the pair's last seven encounters.

Higgins won the match 10—7 the following day. Two former world champions, 12th seed Stuart Bingham winner and qualifier Graeme Dott winner , met in the first round of the competition.

Bingham led 8—1 after the first session, and later 9—4, before Dott won five frames to level the match at 9—9. Bingham won the deciding frame after Dott missed a simple shot on the black ball.

The first round match between 14th seed Luca Brecel and qualifier Gary Wilson , which featured a large amount of tactical play, was suspended when the afternoon session overran, with Wilson leading 9—8.

After first requiring a re-rack , this frame lasted for 79 minutes and 31 seconds, setting the record for the longest frame ever played at the Crucible breaking the previous record set in by Mark Selby and Marco Fu by more than three minutes which Wilson won.

After leading 6—3 overnight, Ding won the match 10—7 to progress to the second round. Having lost eight of his previous 15 first round matches at the Crucible, 15th seed Stephen Maguire played event debutant Tian Pengfei.

In frame 17, Maguire was 7—9 down and needed a snooker [e] on the colours to stay in the match. He successfully snookered Tian on the blue ball , but then missed a difficult shot to a baulk corner; however, on rebounding from the pocket, the blue hit the cue ball and went into the other baulk pocket.

Maguire later described this fluke as "just outrageous" and admitted he "got lucky". Despite trailing 1—5 after the first six frames, Selby won nine of the next eleven frames, with two breaks of , to win 10—7.

Amateur player James Cahill drew the world number one Ronnie O'Sullivan, who had reached the finals of the other Triple Crown events earlier in the season.

Cahill finished the first session with a 5—4 lead, and then went ahead 8—5 in the second session, before O'Sullivan levelled the match at 8—8.

With a break of 56 in the next frame, Cahill won the match 10—8 to secure a place in the second round. The last 16 players in the competition took part in the second round, which was played between 25 and 29 April, with matches completed over three sessions as best of 25 frames.

Fourth seed Neil Robertson played 13th seed Shaun Murphy. The first session of the match featured a maximum break attempt by Murphy; [46] with just two red balls remaining, he asked for the screen between the tables to be lifted, allowing the spectators in the other half of the auditorium to watch his attempt at a maximum, but he failed to finish it.

Robertson led 5—3 after the first session, and 10—6 after the second. Defending champion Mark Williams played 16th seed David Gilbert.

After the first session, with Gilbert leading 5—3, [50] Williams said he had been feeling chest pains during play. Amateur player James Cahill drew 15th seed Stephen Maguire.

After the first two sessions, Maguire was ahead 5—3 and 9—7, [49] but Cahill then took three of the first four frames in the third session to level the match at 10— He also won frame 21, to take the lead for the first time in the match, but Maguire drew level in the following frame.

Cahill won frame 24, after Maguire missed a green ball by a wide margin, [56] taking the match to a deciding frame. Maguire won the decider, and the match, 13— Three-time world champion Mark Selby played qualifier Gary Wilson.

Despite trailing 3—5 after the first session, Selby won four of the first five frames in the second session to lead 7—6; however, Wilson took the last three frames of the session to lead 9—7.

Bingham took an early 4—1 lead, but Higgins won the remaining frames of the first session, with a break in the eighth, to level at 4—4. In frame 23, Bingham missed a plant on two reds, allowing Higgins to claim the next two frames and the match, 13— Ninth seed and runner-up, Barry Hawkins, played eighth seed Kyren Wilson.

Zhou Yuelong played Ali Carter in the only all-qualifier encounter of the second round. Zhou took four of the first five frames to lead 4—1, then led 5—3 after the first session, and held the lead at 9—7 after the second.

On resuming the match in the final session, Carter won six straight frames to progress 13—9. Trump took an early 5—1 lead in the first session, but Ding won eight of the next ten frames to lead 9—7 before the final session.

Trump then took six frames in a row, including breaks of 93, 79, 54 and , to win the match 13—9. The quarter-finals took place on 30 April and 1 May, and like the previous round, matches were played as best of 25 frames across three sessions.

Ali Carter played Gary Wilson in an all-qualifier match. Despite this being his first World Championship quarter-final, and after losing the first three frames of the match, Wilson won five straight frames to lead 5—3 after the first session.

I did not think he could play that good", noting that despite Wilson's low ranking of 32, "[he] has to be the favourite to win it now, the way he has been playing".

Having won six straight frames to conclude his second round match against Ding Junhui, Trump won another six consecutive frames at the start of this match, scoring breaks of , 67, , 78 and , to lead 7—1 after the first session.

However, Maguire won four of the remaining frames, to trail 5—11 by the end of the session. Trump won the match 13—6, after just three frames of the final session.

Eighth seed Kyren Wilson played 16th seed David Gilbert. The pair had met earlier in the season, in the final of the German Masters , where Wilson had won the tournament 9—7.

Four-time world champion John Higgins played fourth seed Neil Robertson in the last of the quarter-finals. Robertson took an early 3—1 lead, but Higgins tied the match at 4—4.

Robertson pulled away to 7—4 at the start of the second session, before Higgins won five frames in a row to take a 9—7 lead. The two semi-finals were played from 2 to 5 May, with the matches spread over four sessions as best of 33 frames.

The first semi-final pitted four-time champion John Higgins against David Gilbert, who had never previously progressed past the second round of the championships.

Gilbert won the first three frames of the second session, including a break, to increase his lead to 8—3. Higgins also won the next two frames, compiling breaks of 67, 52 and 58, to trail 6—8; [77] however, Gilbert took the final two frames of the session to lead 10—6.

When the match resumed for the third session, a crowd member was ejected from the auditorium for shouting out immediately after the break off shot in the initial frame; Gilbert took the frame, increasing his lead to 11—6.

Gilbert took the initial frame of the fourth and final session, but Higgins, having not led the match since mid-way through the first session, won the next four frames to go ahead 15— Higgins won the final frame and the match, after Gilbert missed the black ball from the spot.

It might be the closest I will come to winning the World Championship". Judd Trump faced qualifier Gary Wilson in the second semi-final.

They shared the opening session, 4—4, but Wilson later took a 6—5 lead with a break of Trump won the next three frames with breaks of 73, and 75, to lead 9—6, before Wilson compiled a 77 break, bringing the score to 9—7 after the first two sessions.

Wilson won the first frame of the final session, but Trump claimed the next three to win the match 17— It's running off all over the place, you're getting square bounces, kicks every other shot".

The final was played over four sessions on 5 and 6 May, as a best-offrames match. It was a repeat of the World Championship final between John Higgins and Judd Trump, when Higgins won the match 18—15 to claim his fourth world title.

This was Higgins' third consecutive World Championship final having been defeated by Mark Selby in and Mark Williams in , and his eighth overall.

This was Trump's second world final, his first being the loss to Higgins. Trump won the first two frames of the opening session, with breaks of 51 and Breaks of 69, 34, 40 and allowed Higgins to accumulate unanswered points, claiming three consecutive frames to lead 4—3.

At the beginning of the nine-frame evening session, Higgins compiled a break of , the third consecutive century of the match, to move ahead 5—4.

Steve Davis commented on the session: "I've seen some astonishing snooker here, a lot of it from Ronnie O'Sullivan, but that was a different type of astonishing.

I am a little bit in shock. He is making a lot of very difficult shots seem very easy. The third session opened with an attempt at a maximum break from Higgins, who potted 14 reds and 14 blacks before running out of position for the final red; he played a full-table double to pot the red ball, but then missed the following black.

He also won frame 19, to trail 7—12, but Trump took the next three to extend his lead to 15—7. Trump attempted a maximum break of his own in frame 25, but he overcut a red into the middle pocket.

BBC pundit Steve Davis commented, "The standard in that final may have been the greatest we have ever seen and Judd Trump was at the heart of it.

Numbers given in brackets after players' names show the seedings for the top 16 players in the competition. The sole amateur player in the championship is indicated with a.

Qualifying for the World Snooker Championship took place from 10 to 17 April at the English Institute of Sport in Sheffield, using a table set-up. Starting with a pool of players, the qualifying competition consisted of three knock-out rounds, with all matches played over two sessions as best of 19 frames.

The 16 winners of the third round matches progressed to the main stages of the tournament at the Crucible Theatre.

The tour players ranked outside the top were joined by wildcard amateur players who achieved success through the WPBSA qualifying criteria: [17].

There were 64 matches in the first round of qualifying. Each match was played between a seeded and a non-seeded player. Winners of the third round qualifying matches advanced to the main draw.

The main stage of the World Snooker Championship yielded a total of centuries, made by 23 different players. The championship broke a number of records in terms of century breaks, including the total number compiled in the main stage of a snooker tournament: there were 14 more centuries than the 86 recorded in both the and championships.

Trump equalled Ding's record of seven centuries made by one player in a world championship match. A total of century breaks were made by 57 players during the qualifying stage of the World Championship.

World Snooker live streamed the event internationally on Facebook , doing so for the second time. Coverage of the qualifying rounds was also live streamed on Facebook, Eurosport Player and selected betting sites.

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